The Show Must Go On!
We shut down in March 2020. Our first post-pandemic production was Waiting for Godot, with very limited seating and a 2-weekend run April 9-18, 2021. That experiment in re-opening was a success, and we are now considering carefully what to do next.
We urgently need your help to cover ongoing operating expenses (i.e., rent and utilities) until income from ticket sales starts flowing again.
Thank you for your support!
by Margy Ragsdale
Presented LIVE on YouTube for 4 performances Feb. 14, 2021.
We invite you to replay the final performance.
Windie Wilson (Millicent)
Joe Jaynes (James)
Written by Margy Ragsdale
Directed by Sarah Campbell
Technical Director: Joe Johnson
We’re in the heart of the downtown theater district
Only 2 blocks east of the historic Bijou Theater
Theatre Knoxville Downtown
Our patrons agree …
“My wife and I attended last night’s performance of Death of a Saleseman and it was spectacular! The cast did such a marvelous job of making the characters real and believable in such a gripping story. [It’s] the most powerful performance we have seen at TKD since moving back to Knoxville in 2013.”
“Saw the play God of Carnage last night. It was a fantastic side-splitting performance. It is a true reflection of life raising children and dealing with neighbors.”
“This is a great theatre. The last show I saw, Every Christmas Story Ever Told …, was amazing and extremely well acted. It is a small venue that makes the show seem more personal and like you are the focus of the actors’ attention.”